So by this point I think it's safe to say it would be 2-1 for one team rather than 3-0. But why is it that score? Games 1 and 3 were as close as they get and game 2 was all about the Stars. The Canucks won game 3 because of 2 defensive breakdowns not because of anything they really did. On the first goal Turco was telling his d-man to reverse the puck behind the net and he did not, Bulis gets a a goal. In OT Pyatt gets left alone and he buries it.
Something is going to change. I don't think Tippet or Vigneault are going to allow their goalies to keep them in it again and pray there are no mistakes...it's a dangerous way to live. I see a game plan change for both teams and it goes like this: Dallas' top lines will try and find a way to get the puck past the Vancouver neutral zone coverage and behind Luongo and play from down low. Vancouver will try and get the puck on Turco, low, so he has to play it out and take him away from playing the puck up in the transition game.
This should result in more scoring opportunities for both teams, of course Turco and Luongo will play a huge role but not as important as the defensive cores. Whichever defense can adapt first should be the team that wins but when you have these two all-stars in net no game is easy to predict.